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Richard Asher talking sense.
|Statement||Edited by Sir Francis Avery Jones, with a foreword by Lord Rosenheim, and an introductory appreciation by William Bean.|
|LC Classifications||R117 .A79 1972b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 179 p.|
|Number of Pages||179|
|LC Control Number||72010736|
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Learn about Author Central Cited by: Now sadly out of print I was delighted to find this copy of Talking Sense, a collection of lectures by the great, late Richard Asher. A "must" for medics and a wonderfully witty collection for everybody.
I wish more doctors would read it and use his down-to-earth sensible advice on how to talk to patients and staff, not to prescribe useless Cited by: Buy Richard Asher Talking Sense by Richard Asher, Sir Francis Avery Jones, Lord Rosenheim, William B.
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Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Buy Talking Sense New e. by Asher, Richard (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(2). by Richard Asher, Publisher: Psychology News Press, London We all think about our patients and our profession but few of us write these reflections down, and our opinions rarely influence our contemporaries or our future colleagues.
The best of Dr Richard Asher’s entertaining and instructive articles and papers have been gathered into his book, Talking Sense About Medicine, Author: Catherine Morgan, Virginia Head.
Richard Asher talking sense. [Richard Asher; Francis Avery Jones] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Richard Asher; Francis Avery Jones. Find more information about: ISBN: Richard Asher left us a marvellous legacy of erudite papers, witty apercus and clinical thinking that will never date.
The best introduction is the anthology ‘Talking Sense’, a title that sums up his medical ethos. Physicians come and go but there are few who truly live up to the best Hippocratic principles: Richard Asher was one of them.
Buy Talking Sense About Medicine by Richard Asher from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: In a book of many of his excellent lectures was published, called Richard Asher talking sense.
The RSM and the Society of Authors award a prize in his memory for the best first edition of a textbook for undergraduates. Anthologies of his writings have also been published. Julia Merrick is a freelance writer and editor. This article is within the scope of WikiProject Medicine, which recommends that medicine-related articles follow the Manual of Style for medicine-related articles and that biomedical information in any article use high-quality medical visit the project page for details or ask questions at Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Medicine.
B This article has been rated as B-Class on the. Richard Asher: Talking Sense. London: Pitman Medical, A Sense of Asher. London: British Medical Association, The Royal Society of Medicine recently (3 November – 24 January ) held an exhibition called “Richard Asher (): A Celebration”.
Asher, an English physician and writer, is mainly unknown to those under. Richard Asher Talking Sense About Medicine presents a collection of writings from the renowned physician Richard Asher (–).
Asher is delightfully frank in his writing style and provides advice about good writing and logical reasoning that are as relevant today as they were over 50 years ago when that very advice was written by typewriter. Personal life . Richard Asher was born to the Reverend Felix Asher and his wife Louise (née Stern).
He married Margaret Augusta Eliot at St Pancras' Church, London on 27 Julywhereupon his father-in-law gave him a complete set of the Oxford English Dictionary, which doctor and medical ethicist Maurice Pappworth alleged was the source of Asher's "accidental" reputation as a medical.
Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link)Author: Robert Drew. Talking Sense by ASHER, Richard and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now atEnglish, Book, Illustrated edition: Richard Asher talking sense.
/ Edited by Sir Francis Avery Jones, with a foreword by Lord Rosenheim, and an introductory appreciation by William Bean. Asher, Richard. This book is in the tradition of Richard Asher's Talking Sense (Pitman Med, ), being firmly based on medical practice, but informed by a broad cultural awareness.
Thinking about Patients is written in an engaging and conversational style and is an antidote to the increasingly leaden approach of the evidence based medicine : Jeremy Playfer.
Referring nowadays to Richard Asher, it is often necessary to characterize him as the father of Jane. No bad thing, I think, to be remembered as the father of somebody so talented, but to my generation he is remembered as a teacher, clinician and the author of highly original essays, helpful lessons for young doctors, collected posthumously as ‘Talking Sense’ 1 and making a useful Author: Anthony Seaton.
Personal life. Richard Asher was born to the Rev Felix Asher and his wife Louise (née Stern). He married Margaret Augusta Eliot at Pancras, London on 27 July whereupon his father-in-law gave him a complete set of the Oxford English Dictionary, which physician and medical ethicist Maurice Pappworth alleged was the source of Asher's 'accidental' reputation as a medical etymologist.
. Dying to Be Ill The Book Brigade talks to psychiatrist Marc Feldman. and talking and meeting with other experts. Richard Asher described people who collapsed in “pain,” had. Richard asher and some words of wisdom 1. Richard Asher:Some words ofwisdomJonathan McFarlandFebruary 2.
Short Biography He was an eminent British endocrinologist and haematologist. Asher himself described the modern haematologist as an individual who “instead of describing in English what he can see, prefers to describe in Greek what he can’t”(1).
With other outstanding papers they were published posthumously in as a book called Richard Asher talking sense.
His fame spread to the United States were he had ‘a triumphant procession’. At home he had become President of the Clinical Section of the Royal Society of Medicine when, inauthority decreed that his mental observation.
Detection is inevitable and is followed by the disappearance of the ‘patient’. Baron Munchausen was the hero of the outrageously implausible pseudo-autobiographical tales of the novelist and criminal psychopath Rudolf Eric Raspe.
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Talking Sense about Medicine. Richard Asher. Psychology News Press, London, pp, £ ISBN –0––40–2. Few books remain fresh after 50 years. And even fewer can be predicted to stay fresh for the next 50 : Sanjay Pai.
Personal life. Richard Asher was born to the Reverend Felix Asher and his wife Louise (née Stern). He married Margaret Augusta Eliot at St Pancras' Church, London on 27 Julywhereupon his father-in-law gave him a complete set of the Oxford English Dictionary, which physician and medical ethicist Maurice Pappworth alleged was the source of Asher's "accidental" reputation as a medical.
The first edition was awarded the Richard Asher prize for the best first edition textbook for undergraduates and it is easy to see why.
If you have not heard of Richard Asher, he is arguably the best medical writer of the last years and among other things wrote about myxoedematous madness, coined the term Munchausen's syndrome and.
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Richard Asher in ‘Talking Sense’ has so much to teach us about clear thinking and clear descriptions. We still muddle up clinical observations and pathology, and name entities in a muddled way, leading to muddled : Andrew Bush.
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Richard Alan John Asher, FRCP (3 AprilBrighton – 25 AprilMarylebone) was an eminent British endocrinologist and haematologist.
As the senior physician responsible for the mental observation ward at the Central Middlesex Hospital he described and named Munchausen syndrome in a.
The doctor and the baron. Janu George Dunea Chicago, Illinois, United States Dr. Richard Asher. I was awed. So to leave the barons for later and commence with the doctor.
He lived in an age when specialization was in its infancy. Asher R. Talking sense. Lancet ; ii– 7. Asher R. Straight and crooked thinking. Explore books by Richard Asher with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Book club.
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There is a book entitled ‘Doctors Who Committed Suicide’ in which it discusses, in no huge detail, the careers of Dr Richard Asher and Dr Stephen Ward. Interestingly, they both had fathers who were men of the cloth and both, as the book title suggests, would exit this Earthly realm at their own hands.
: Redwel Trabant. Dr. Richard Asher, the father of Paul’s girlfriend Jane Asher, was found dead at 57 in his house in Aprila supposed suicide. In a interview with the Telegraph, Jane, who later married, was a successful actress and still beautiful, said, “Life is bloody dark and awful I don’t think there’s any meaning to anything.
Start with titles in the middle of the book. On the other hand, you might not want to model your style on, say, Finnegans Wake or Waiting for Godot. For medical writing try collections of Richard Asher’s writings, such as Talking Sense and A Sense of Asher.
You’ll find them in .Born in London on 5 AprilAsher was the second of three children born to Dr Richard Asher and his wife Margaret. Dr Asher was a consultant in blood and mental disease at Central Middlesex Hospital in Acton, London, and a broadcaster and author of a number of notable medical papers; Margaret Asher was a professor of the oboe at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.